Era of Wisdom – by Cassius Kamarampi

Did you know that Aspartame literally turns into formaldehyde and methanol inside your body? It breaks down into, according to one paper, “phenylalanine (50%), aspartic acid (40%) and methanol (10%) during metabolism in the body. The excess of phenylalanine blocks the transport of important amino acids to the brain contributing to reduced levels of dopamine and serotonin.”

Well put by another paper,  “Aspartame is a widely used artificial sweetener that has been linked to pediatric and adolescent migraines. Upon ingestion, aspartame is broken, converted, and oxidized into formaldehyde in various tissues.”   Continue reading “Aspartame Turns Into Formaldehyde And Methanol In The Body: Donald Rumsfeld Got It Legalized”

Redoubt News – by April Kiessling

Defendants in Oregon’s Malheur Refuge Occupation case have been imprisoned and charged with a multitude of high crimes and misdemeanors by federal and state agents. As the wheels of justice slowly grind, they find their most formidable foe may not be the FBI, embedded informants or a biased press – but their judge.   Continue reading “Judge Anna J. Brown’s War on the Constitution”

Fox Business

Cabela’s (CAB) reported strong demand for guns and shooting accessories during the third quarter, reflecting an industry-wide surge during a presidential election year.

The outdoor retailer, which recently agreed to a takeover by rival Bass Pro Shops, said Wednesday sales at Cabela’s stores open at least a year fell 2.3% in the quarter. But Cabela’s saw positive sales trends for firearms and shooting-related categories, such as ammunition. Optics, like rifle scopes, also flew off the shelves.   Continue reading “Gun sales surging in election year”

Fox 10

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona lawmaker says the city of Tucson is violating a state law by destroying guns turned in by residents or seized from crime investigations.

Rep. Mark Finchem has filed a complaint accusing Tucson of violating a 2013 law that requires otherwise legal guns obtained by law enforcement agencies be sold, not destroyed, The Arizona Daily Star reported. City records show that the Tucson Police Department has destroyed 4,820 guns since the beginning of 2013.   Continue reading “Arizona lawmaker wants Tucson to stop destroying guns”